index forest

index forest

[′in‚deks ‚fär·əst]
(forestry)
A forest reaching the highest average in a given locality for density, volume, and increment.
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O'Brien, The Nova Scotia Genuine Progress Index Forest Accounts Volume 2, A Way Forward: Case Studies in Sustainable Forestry (Glen Haven, Nova Scotia: Genuine Progress Index for Atlantic Canada, 2001), p.
Here we learn that every wrinkle viewed from the air more than likely has a name, and that the names cryptically index forest or natural history: Ground Squirrel Hollow, Honey Camp Hollow, Redbud Hollow, Seng Creek, Isaac's Fork, Dogfight, Beelog Hollow, Ma Kelly Branch.